• 03-16-2006, 06:15 AM
    bennals@optusnet.com.au
    Speaker protection question
    Hi.

    I've just come across these forums and am hoping someone can help out with a newbie question. I've just purchased a Phase Linear 400 amp on ebay and have come across advice on using in-line fuses to protect my speakers. This is for a project recording studio monitoring system and it won't be pushed very hard, but I guess it doesn't hurt to be safe. Only trouble is, I can't find any info on how I should go about it (apart from calculating what size fuse), so I'd be really appreciative if someone could point me in the right direction. I have basic soldering and cable construction ability if that matters.

    Cheers.

    Bill.
  • 03-16-2006, 07:50 AM
    Cal Blacksmith
    Don't worry about it. Plug them in and be done with it.
  • 03-16-2006, 11:02 AM
    PAT.P
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by bennals@optusnet.com.au
    Hi.

    I've just come across these forums and am hoping someone can help out with a newbie question. I've just purchased a Phase Linear 400 amp on ebay and have come across advice on using in-line fuses to protect my speakers. This is for a project recording studio monitoring system and it won't be pushed very hard, but I guess it doesn't hurt to be safe. Only trouble is, I can't find any info on how I should go about it (apart from calculating what size fuse), so I'd be really appreciative if someone could point me in the right direction. I have basic soldering and cable construction ability if that matters.

    Cheers.

    Bill.

    It goes in between the ( +) side of speaker wire.Usualy the fuse is inserted in a 2 piece (section )plastic that locks.Radio Shack should have them.
  • 03-16-2006, 01:10 PM
    bennals@optusnet.com.au
    Thanks for the replies guys.

    Bill.